Supporting joined up care with SystmOne
SystmOne is a clinical software system which reflects the NHS vision of a ‘one patient, one record’ model of healthcare. It allows health professionals access to secure, electronic information which details a patient’s contact with health services across a lifetime.
Since November 2013, the Trust has been rolling out SystmOne’s community module, which will be followed by a child health module towards the end of 2014.
Community module: Through the community module, patient information can be immediately accessed by an integrated team of healthcare professionals, supporting the best level of patient care possible.
Child health module: The child health module forges a link between GPS, health visitors and school nurses to detail every child’s health from birth to 18 years, including newborn tests and results, immunisations and ongoing healthcare.
What are the benefits of SystmOne?
SystmOne will allow our staff working in the community – such as our specialist nurses, community nurses and allied health professionals such as podiatrists – to upload information securely, including health checks, appointments, allergies and medication, and provide single access to care plans and reports. GPs will then be able to access this information instantly on their modules, ensuring they always have the latest information about the care their patients have received, including all correspondence from health professionals.
The benefits are to streamline record keeping, improve quality of shared information, and release more time for staff to provide patient care
Who to contact
For technical queries and GP user support for those practices currently on SystmOne, please contact the TPP helpline on 0845 6042817
For SystmOne queries about community services, please contact the Trust’s project team on SystmoneFAQS@glos.nhs.uk